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Curated career advice from around the web for the week of May 16th, 2022…

5 Things to Do When Starting a New Job

More than 58 percent of millennial employees say “yes” rather than question authority, according to LinkedIn’s 2015 New Norms @Work study of more than 15,000 workers. And that’s not a bad thing, especially if you’re new to a job. During the first few months in your new role and workplace, you are technically on probation.

Freelancers, Here’s Help Planning Your Future In Tumultuous Times

Wherever you turn, the news is reporting that startups, even some amazing ones, have a target on their back. CNN led with this banner, “The startup world is due for a reckoning.” Bloomberg’s headline read, “Tech Companies Coddled Their Employees. Now They’re Firing Them.”

5 Bad Work Habits and How To Break Them | Ideas by We

Good habits have the potential to propel you toward personal and professional success. Before you can cultivate those good habits, though, you need to nix the bad ones. If you notice you’ve fallen into any of the following poor work habits, it might be time to buckle down and make some positive changes.

5 Ways To Boost Your Career Progression In 2022 – Reforge

We are in an extremely interesting market for talent lately. Especially for roles that are in high demand like marketing, product, and project management. Top talent now has the power to go to a new company or a team that fits their personal and professional goals.

Pay Transparency, Pay Equity, Salary History-What’s New for 2022

The new year ushered in new laws in states and cities across the U.S. requiring companies to post salary ranges on jobs, refrain from asking about job candidates’ salary history, and more. Christine Hendrickson, vice president of strategic initiatives at Syndio, a tech company that helps employers analyze pay data, details some of the new laws and what employers must do to comply.

Chris Kidd

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